is one of the most exotic and compelling yachting destinations on Earth. It is a city steeped in history and character, with a diverse culture derived from Khoisan and other African tribes, French, Dutch, British, Indonesian and German settlers. It is “a city caught between two oceans,” the Indian and Atlantic, so it almost goes without saying that Cape Town is ideal for yachting. Everyone should experience it by boat - the city seen against the startling beauty of Table Mountain, with lights flickering on the bay is an unforgettable sight. Exploring the city, you will find art galleries, museums, vibrant markets and historic landmarks. It has a beautifully restored waterfront, and water taxis connect all parts of the harbor. From the waterfront, you can also find several yacht charters and cruises, with everything from family outings, an elegant champagne breakfast cruise or a festive sunset cruise. Table Bay is a frequent stopover for round the world yacht races, and during the summer it’s filled with local yachting enthusiasts. Another place of interest is Cape Town’s famous Robben Island, known for its beauty and many species of birds. Cape Town has excellent surfing and wind surfing spots, snorkeling and diving, sea kayaking, swimming, jet skiing, golf and more – all of which can be enjoyed 12 months of the year due to the mild Mediterranean climate.